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Morning News Watch
copperhead bites cole cty woman

A Cole County woman is recovering after a close encounter with a copperhead snake over the weekend. Her family believes Doris Smith mistakenly picked up the snake while gathering sticks in her yard Saturday morning. The snake bit Smith on ...Read More

samaritan center trying to feed hungry kids

Just who are you feeding when you donate to pantries like the Samaritan Center?... Jenny DeFeo says they’re seeing a lot more folks coming in for assistance, especially since summer school has ended. Many kids rely on school for two ...Read More

mid-mo congressman doesn’t agree with gay marriage ruling

Has the Supreme Court overstepped its authority by legalizing gay marriage? Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer says the matter should have been left up to the states. On KWOS Open Air, Luetkemeyer says The Constitution makes no mention of marriage, so the ...Read More

two jcmo brothers die in hail of gunfire in chicago

A Jefferson City man and his brother are shot and killed in Chicago over the holiday weekend. Police say 31 – year old Willie Hunter and 25 – year old John Hunter were shot while sitting inside an SUV on ...Read More

spit on a cop — go directly to jail

Some fights after fireworks get really rowdy in Jefferson City. Police arrested 23-year-old James Duhart early yesterday (sun) morning at Capitol Avenue and Cherry, and they say he spit on several officers. About 90 minutes later, several shots were fired ...Read More

columbia woman groped while out on morning run

The City of Columbia’s Park rangers are investigating sexual misconduct on the Hinkson Creek Trail late Sunday morning. A woman tells police she was running on the trail when she was groped by a man riding a bicycle. She later ...Read More

lake water flow dropped at bagnell dam

Ameren officials are slowing the release of water from the Lake through Bagnell Dam. The water level dropped below full pool of 660 feet early Saturday morning. The gates are still open on the dam, but they are discharging a ...Read More

fireworks light up jefferson city’s sky over the capitol

Thousands gathered in downtown Jefferson City for the Salute To America. Fireworks went off without a hitch. Law officers say problems were minimal and only a couple arrests were made.

texas murder suspect caught by jc-pd

Jefferson City police arrested a man wanted in a Texas murder. 33 – year old Kenneth Williams was arrested Wednesday after officers staked out a home on North Ten Mile Drive. Williams was sought in connection with the June death ...Read More

jcmo — cole get bad weather

Flooded low water crossings and power lines knocked down by falling trees seems to be the worst of the damage is our immediate area from last night’s storms. Jefferson City crews says limbs knocked out power to several areas including ...Read More


KWOS Open Air
Sheriff Candidate Randy Dampf On Open Air

Randy Dampf is retired from the JCPD, and currently is Chief Investigator for Cole County Prosecutor Mark Richardson. He has announced his intention to run for Cole County Sheriff in 2016.  Here's our conversation on KWOS Open Air: [display_podcast]

Congressman Luetkemeyer On Open Air

In our latest visit on KWOS Open Air, Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer comments on gay marriage, Obamacare, the Confederate flag, and the financial crisis in Greece. Here's our conversation: [display_podcast]

Bicentennial Memories

Bob Priddy and Carolyn McDowell were instrumental in making Jefferson City a "Bicentennial City" in 1975-76.  They talked about those special Independence Days of 40 years ago on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

Cole County At War

Jeremy Amick has completed his latest book, Cole County, Missouri At War: 1861-1975. We talked about it on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

MO Fire Marshal Greg Carrell On Open Air

Summertime is especially busy at the Missouri Fire Marshal's office.  (more…)